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Outlook 2010 Calender Requests Show up as Blank Email

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by InforMedic, May 1, 2012.

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  1. InforMedic

    InforMedic Thread Starter

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    Hi All, For the life of me I cannot figure out what the reason is for this, but when a sender sends a meeting request via Outlook 2010 calender, the recipent recieves a blank email with just the subject line at the top. Both users are using Outlook 2010 and are on Windows XP with SP3. The mail server is a pop server rather than Exchange.

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    A few things I looked into but did not fix the problem was to check this option under the recipients Email: Under the Section Calendar Options, deselect the option that says (second from bottom) ;When sending meeting requests outside of your organization, use the iCalendar format. This unfortunately did not correct the issue and both user's are within the same domain.I checked the client PC who is recieving the blank email and the format is set to HTML.

    The user can see my calender requests just fine but the one sender's requests keep showing as the above photo shows. I had the same one sender send me an invite and I can see his attachment fine. I sent the troublesome user my own request and she can see it just fine. It seems to be isolated just between these two users.I've googled as much as I could to no avail.

    Has anyone seen this issue before or could offer me another opinion or insight as to what may be causing this problem between the two users?
     
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    Update:

    The calender invite appears fine in the one user's sent box. His composition for Email is also set to HTML rather than plain text.
     
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